prescreen

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pre·screen

 (prē-skrēn′)
tr.v. pre·screened, pre·screen·ing, pre·screens
1. To view (a movie) before release for public showing.
2. To examine or interview before further selection processes occur: prescreen applicants for interviews.

prescreen

(priːˈskriːn)
vb (tr)
(Film) to screen (a film) in advance

pre•screen

(priˈskrin)

v.t.
to screen in advance; select before a more detailed selecting process.
[1965–70]
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Specifically, the 2nd FIS team developed and implemented an automated prescreening tool that identified 10% of total polygraph requests as invalid.
Morente said he had approved the forming of a working group from the BI's Travel Control and Enforcement Unit to handle prescreening of departing passengers.
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An analysis of data obtained from the Child Health Improvement through Computer Automation (CHICA) pediatric health surveillance system found that 4.4% of fathers who attended the well-child visit and completed a prescreening form scored positive for depression, comparable with the rate in mothers (5%).
In addition, SGF has streamlined and simplified the prescreening process thereby reducing the amount of time to donate--meaning donors are often matched quickly with recipients.
For digital prescreening, TransUnion can match a device to an individual on the lenders prescreen list and deliver a relevant firm offer of credit through online advertising.
Due to the fact that every individual in psychiatric crisis must have access to a hospital bed if needed, the CSB prescreening process has been under increased scrutiny from the General Assembly.
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(1) Prescreening, a form of primary prevention of SCD, has been highly debated.
Including the cases that were removed by prescreening in the response rate calculations would likely underestimate the proportion of unknown eligibles that are considered to be eligible, leading to inflated response rates.
While intelligence cannot be accurately measured or predicted, genetic prescreening can predict the probability of transmission of certain genetic abnormalities before clinical symptoms or diagnosis occurs.
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